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  • Cooper is also coeditor of a collection of original stories entitled A Fictional History of the United States with Huge Chunks Missing.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • "Fictional" is a curious epithet for the Mussolini of the Cantos.

    Aoi!

  • SL: Do you like to walk around observing people with your Ipod listening to your music like in a silent move as you describe in "Fictional"?

    Side-Line news feed

  • NCTA President Says Congress Shouldn't Spend Time On 'Fictional' Problems Concerning Internet Billing

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • 'Fictional' Unpaid Gas Bill Ruins Credit Rating of Self Employed Brit

    NewsCloud.com Front Page

  • JON EDWARDS CEMETERY The story behind this haunted attraction, which closes Sunday: Fictional businessman Jon Edwards has disturbed an Indian burial ground and dumped the bodies of criminals there, creating turmoil in the spiritual realm.

    Going Out Guide for Prince George's County and Southern Maryland, Oct. 28-Nov. 3

  • Fictional news casts and data feeds list local petroleum prices, explain how food delivery is affected, whether there's rioting or school closures, and players adapt strategies to survive the shortage.

    Craig and Marc Kielburger: Playing Video Games for Social Change

  • Fictional endings are the moments when speech topples over into silence, so they regularly provide concentrated images of the horror of death, from the corpse-strewn scenes that conclude Shakespeare's tragedies, to the newer worry over entropy that filters into a novel such as Forster's Howards End, which begins with Mrs Wilcox looking "tired" and ends with Mr Wilcox "Eternally tired".

    Narrative Strategies

  • Hey gang, I was just on the radio in Philly, on the show Fictional Frontiers.

    Fictional Frontiers: It’s like a blog, but louder « Haikasoru: Space Opera. Dark Fantasy. Hard Science.

  • Still, I derive as much satisfaction from a Hebrew-only novel like my recent collaboration with Nir Yaniv, Retzach Bidyoni (A Fictional Murder) - a humorous murder mystery set, of all places, in an Israeli SF convention - than I do from writing The Bookman for HarperCollins.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

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